Boris’s bid to ‘take back control’ in No 10 leaves Brexit all at sea
Boris Johnson’s dithering means the shape of Britain’s future relationship with the EU is still undecided, and and an internecine struggle enveloping Downing Street is only complicating matters
The gag going around Whitehall at the moment is that Boris Johnson has finally come good on his promise to “take back control”.
But rather than finally taking the reins of Britain’s destiny from those dastardly Brussels bureaucrats, the British prime minister appears to have spent the last week wresting power from Dominic Cummings, his chief adviser.
To the astonishment of outsiders, Downing Street collapsed into an internecine struggle at the...
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